Come to St Ethelburga's Centre for Peace and Reconciliation this Tuesday 1st of June for a real-life CiviCRM case study and to find out more about CiviCRM and how it can benefit your non profit organisation.
St Ethelburga's use CiviCRM and Drupal to publicise and administer their event programme and keep in contact with their supporters. They are about to start using it to support their fundraising campaigns. We'll have a look how they are using CiviCRM, how they have managed their CiviCRM project, what they learnt in the process, and what the next steps are. St Ethelburga's staff will be able to answer questions and give their experiences.
We'll also take a took at CiviCRM more generally (both in terms of what it can do, and how you can implement CiviCRM at your organisation) and talk about how you can become more involved in the CiviCRM community.
This event is suitable for people new to CiviCRM, and also those that are already using and / or developing with CiviCRM.
There'll be a chance to network with other users and to talk to developers who work with CiviCRM.
We're holding this Event at St Ethelburga's which is at 76 Bishopsgate EC2N 4AG, in Central London, a couple of minutes walk from Liverpool Street tube. The event will be facilitated by Amy Sample Ward and me (Michael McAndrew, Third Sector Design). It starts at 5.30pm. Many thanks to the staff of St Ethelburga's for providing a great venue for this event.
Please RSVP for this event using Amy's Net Tuesday page here: http://www.meetup.com/netsquaredlondon/calendar/12494828/